3pointsport has always been in the media, whether under this banner or elsewhere.
Of note, we are a non-commercial, not-for-profit, editorial, and independent media/photo site. We report the news for the love of the game and to promote soccer, and any other off-the-trail sports in the San Francisco Bay Area. We contribute material to other sites for no fee, and only to give the sport the best coverage possible in the local area for only an acknowledgement/credit and a link to the posted article.
3pointsport, or Nap Badillo, has been posted elsewhere. While this site prefers to report the news and post our own material here, we will also collaborate with other sites to promote the game in the Bay Area.
The following are examples of published/credited external works. This list is ongoing.
USL League Two
USL League Two website (2/13/2020) – the club contributed photos for the main website.
SF City FC – various photos contributed to their site (2016 – present)
Thecup.US (11/27/2020) – photo of JASA vs Olympic club used in subheader
Thecup.US (9/27/2020) – photo of JASA vs Olympic club used published
Sfgate.com – The Beautiful Blog (2010-present)
3pointsport has contributed photos to the Beautiful Blog at sfgate.com showcasing soccer. Note that this stint is independent of the site, but is crucial to promoting the game in the San Francisco Bay Area. Most of the material here is not associated with other sites, but can be highlighted elsewhere.
Most of the coverage is from the lower leagues.
JASA article (12/23/2020) – photo of UPSL game submitted to the site.
SF City wins Derby over SF Glens (7/3/2019) – photos contributed to the article.
(6/17/2019) – photo of San Ramon FC game posted to article.
(6/14/2019) – photo of SF City posted to article.
(5/10/2019) – photo of SF City vs SF Glens contributed.
(4/9/2019) – archived photo from 2018 posted as byline as preview for upcoming season.
(7/17/2018) – Photo of El Farolito of the NPSL showcased in article.
(7/12/2018) – Photo of the SF derby between SF City and the SF Glens posted.
(6/8/2018) – Photo of supporters highlighted at the Beautiful Blog at sfgate.com
(6/1/2018) – Photo of SF City used to highlight local derby vs the Glens
(5/10/2018) – Photo of US Open Cup game used in byline.
(12/10/2012) – Photo of Jon Busch posted as part of the Beautiful Blog. Alan Black was the administrator and editor of the site at that time.
SF Gate outside of the Beautiful Blog. I had two photos contributed to articles on Marta of Brazil.
(6/7/2019) – article by Douglas Zimmerman
(9/27/2010) – article by Tom Fitzgerald. Douglas Zimmerman asked for a photo of the match since I was there as a supporter with the San Jose Ultras, and I submitted two from the championship match. This was given for the love of the game. I have seen the game from both sides of the pitch, as a supporter/fan and as a press photographer. This was the unofficial debut, although I had a previous stint with the Bay Soccer from 2008 to 2009 covering the San Jose Earthquakes.
FC Gold Pride are champs (two photos)
Select photos posted for NASL, NPSL, and PDL (now USL League Two) articles.
San Francisco City FC:
CD Aguiluchos USA/El Farolito/Stompers (NPSL):
More links coming soon.
Note: published as “theprojectfc” – which is the general photo banner including other events, non-sports, art, fashion, and other subjects.
FootySF (2013 to 2017 – I was their photographer from 2015-2017 covering MLS, US Soccer, the NASL, PDL, various events/parties/meets, and International Champions Cup) – of note, from that time frame FootySF was part of the Beautiful Blog. Select photos have been posted on their Facebook page.
Photos have been highlighted on their website. From July 2015.
Other FootySF collaborations include the San Francisco chapter of Street Soccer USA and other promotions around the San Francisco Bay Area (San Jose Earthquakes 2015 March to Soccer tour promoting the opening of their stadium).
Quakesfan.com (2015-2016 for the San Jose Earthquakes, 2015 to present for various assignments) – now called kairostic.com the assignment was similar to FootySF except with a focus on the San Jose Earthquakes or US Soccer.
Metro (San Jose) and so forth
https://www.garysingh.info/books/ – photo of Old Firm Casuals posted in Gary Singh’s book The San Jose Earthquakes: A Seismic Soccer Legacy published in 2015.
Other Works/Published Material
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